HtbaS – Episode 96

This week, we said goodbye to Zapper. I get a little sad during the podcast, but do talk about a lot of other things, too, including the second Star Wars quilt, finishing CATS! (the quilt), what makes a successful scrappy quilt, and a new sew-along for the Amy Butler Weekender Bag. I also talk about some book recommendations and a new recipe!

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6 thoughts on “HtbaS – Episode 96

  1. Pam, I am so sorry to hear about Zapper. 🙁

    I work in a dialysis center and the other day one of my patients had a blanket from project Linus! That was the first time I’ve ever seen a project Linus blanket and it made me think of you. 🙂

  2. Pam, So sorry about the Zapper. We lost our 23 year old. Siamese cat a few years ago and I know how hard it can be.
    Thanks again for sharing your time and talents with all of us.
    I spend a lot of time alone in my quilting studio and listening to “my pod squad”, offers me much enjoyment. Shelly Beth Grappe
    fiberwork can be seen on Facebook under the name Fibermoon

  3. I am sorry for the loss of your Zapper, and understand the difference between anxiety and depression all too well. I know I’m in a deep depression if I cannot summon the energy to eat, let alone do anything productive. Work helps, when I get that way.

    I have recommended the free Dana Stabenow mysteries on iPad on other podcasts. She writes mysteries set in Alaska; there are two series and the first book of each is free. “A Cold Day to Die” and “Fire and Ice” are the respective titles.

    I am glad that you will not be making any other Death Stars; we do not want them or Darth Vader to hurt your feelings. Sigh; your Atlanta Braves beat our Washngton Nationals last night and that hurt our feelings 🙂

    All the best.

  4. Pam, I was so sorry that you have lost your very special Zapper. I always loved the conversations between the two of you during the podcasts and the made me smile.

    I know exactly how you feel, as I had to put my 18 year old cat “Harley” to sleep just a few months ago. It was so difficult to get through those next days, but more and more I can remember her with a smile . And if I lay very still at night, I can still feel her lying on top of my chest and purring while I held her. Be easy on yourself these next few weeks, and I wish that your tears will be replaced with a warmth in your heart when you think of what a wonderful life you provided for Zapper. Hugs…..

  5. Sending kitty condolences! So sorry about Zapper. So very hard to lose them. On a lighter note, thanks so much for the mystery series recommendations. I’ve been without a good series for a while so hopefully one of these will fit the bill. The marinade sounds delightful as well. You are a wealth of recommendations this episode. Thanks again!
    Laura

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